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Pros and Cons of living in Raleigh, North Carolina according to Data

ProsCons
  • Government spending is high
  • Fast internet (fixed lines)
  • Fast internet (mobile)
  • Race diversity
  • Religion diversity
  • Industry diversity
  • Higher educated people
  • Low hurricane risk
  • Low earthquake risk
  • Low volcanic hazard risk
  • Low wildfire risk
  • Low cancer incidence rate
  • Low cancer mortality rate
  • Spelling Bee finalist(s) lived here
  • Finalists of Nationwide competitions in STEM subjects lived here
  • Great weather (high number of days with temperatures 50-90 F)
  • High property prices
  • Too close to an airport
  • Low house ownership rate
  • High risk of severe storms
  • Fewer good air days

Pros and Cons of living in Raleigh, North Carolina in reviews from users in their own words:

ProsCons
  • I have friends here, I know the area
  • Sceneries
  • City, near water, warm climate, night life, good colleges
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  • I like the vibe of historical buildings and downtown, the convenience of everything being a central city, and the diversity. The amount of trees around.
  • Diversity
  • It's a capital city, central, with a lot of things to do, and conveniently located
  • It's a capital city, central, with a lot of things to do, and conveniently located
  • It's a capital city, central, with a lot of things to do, and conveniently located
  • Price
  • Outdoors, not much traffic, family
  • Nature, friendliness
  • Nature, friendliness
  • Nature
  • Location close to good medical care, church, grocery stores, etc. Good winter climate. Liberal politics.
  • It’s walkable. People are friendlyl
  • Safe
  • It is expensive, traffic
  • Nothing to do
  • Small city, not near mountains or beaches
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  • The southern culture, and how spread out everything is.
  • Cost, Spread out
  • The weather, the culture, and the rent prices
  • The weather, the culture, and the rent prices
  • The weather, the culture, and the rent prices
  • Less activities
  • suburban, boring
  • Boring, expensive
  • Boring, expensive
  • Small
  • Hot summers.
  • Too humid. No local shops. Goody scene is lacking
  • Housing costs, amount of people, infrastructure lacking

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